What can you tell us about Ceru?
At one time a pop-up, Ceru went permanent in South Kensington before then adding a second restaurant in Soho. Headed up by Barry and Patricia Hilton, the menu focuses on Levantine cuisine, based on their travels across the region. So, in general, expect a menu with Mediterranean and Middle East influences.
And what do they have for an At-Home offering?
They have four individual boxes, lamb, beef fillet, chicken shish and a vegan option. Each box has some snacks, a main with side and a small dessert - and each feeds two people.
The presentation is certainly fancy.
It really is. Each of the boxes comes wrapped in a scarf and it's just a lovely presentation (and something genuinely nice to keep after the meal). There's a different scarf for each version of the box, so you could happily work your way through them and build up a collection.
The Ceru kit makes for a great dinner for two, and one that's at the low-end price-wise of many meal kits out there (this one was £50, feeding two people). It's both simple to put together, while also looking like you've put in a fair bit of effort when it's on the table.
Hot Dinners received this meal as a gift from Ceru. Prices correct at time of publication.
More about Ceru at Home
How much: Between £40 and £60 for two people.
Delivery range: Nationwide
How to order: Order online
Find out more: Follow them on Instagram @cerulondon.
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